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Patrick Ewing growth.


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When I started tracking this card in September 2007, it was selling for around $40. From October 2007 to March 2008, I saw sales in the $40-$60 range. By August 2008 it was selling for $60-80. It held that range for most of 2009, with some random sales upwards of $100.

I don’t track autographs as frequently as I used to, but when I checked it today, it surprised me to see that a few of these sold in January for $120-$130. This card has definitely become one of the cornerstone Ewing autographs to get, for those looking to pick up signed stuff by the former New York Hall of Fame center. It seems like that this is a popular card to get, as the last few years has not seen an avalanche of Ewing autographs flooding the market. If he doesn’t sign cards in the future, I could definitely see this card hitting $150 eventually, whether it’s this year or in the future.

On a related note, his 03 UD Legends autograph recently sold in January for $136.00 on January 4.

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